The 2015 Offshore Achievement Awards have opened for entries, with a new category added which will recognise investment into the future talent of the energy industry.
The prestigious awards, which are organised and hosted by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Aberdeen Section with the support of principal sponsor TAQA, have celebrated outstanding company success, safety and technology innovations and exceptional individual performance in the oil and gas sector for 28 years.
This year’s new category, Best Graduate Scheme, will recognise companies which offer a graduate programme that demonstrates outstanding contribution to the student community and investment in the next generation of industry leaders and technical specialists.
Ian Phillips, chief executive of OGIC (the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre) and the SPE board member responsible for organising the OAAs, said: “We are pleased to announce that the Offshore Achievement Awards are once again open for entries. As in previous years, we hope to attract a high calibre of entries from companies large and small.